How do dialogical competences support equality and equity in teaching and guidance?

In cases of genuinely equal interaction, each person can be seen and heard just as they are, and no-one is acting superior. How might we ensure that this kind of interaction is possible in all teaching and guidance activities? This article considers the kinds of competence on which such a situation would depend and the ways in which equality can be supported by dialogical skills and competences.

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